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  1. No, I have not had anyone actually do anything except give me a mould cleaning kit. Everyone says that it is being caused by different things. Some say it is because I do not warm the flat enough, others have said it is because I do not let enough air in the flat. I do heat my home the same way that I have always done (this mould has only been an issue for about three years, I have lived here for 10 years). I let as much air in as I can, but with my husbands lung problems I can't leave the windows wide open 24/7. I am so at my wits end now
  2. Hi Ros, thank you for getting back to me. My children are 13 and 8. When speaking to the council I have been told that they now have a new Allocations Policy and that beyond the main bedroom (applicants bedroom) any additional bedrooms will no longer be considered as single or doubles (we will not be taking measurements), this is in recognition of the severe overcrowding in the borough and the needing to make best use of the stock. Therefore a 2 bedroom property is suitable for 2 adults and 2 children, where the children are of the same gender up until the age of 21, thereafter t
  3. Hi, I hope that I have found the right place to post this, I am new to this site and looking for some advice if possible please. I rent a flat from my local council, Dacorum Borough Council. There is a real problem with mould and damp throughout the flat. This is causing me great concern, more from a health perspective than any other. My husband has lung conditions and had a double lung collapse not very long ago. After having several people come and look at the mould on behalf of the council I still have no answer to how to prevent or cure this. More than one person has sai
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